James McLachlan (scholar)
|Residence||Sylva, North Carolina|
|Alma mater||Brigham Young (philosophy and history)
Indiana University (M.A., European history)
University of Toronto (Ph.D., Religious Studies)
|Known for||Religious studies journal editor|
|Home town||Taylorsville, Utah|
|Awards||2007 R. L. “Buzz” Capener Memorial Contest in Comparative Religious Studies, First Place|
James McLachlan is a Mormon studies scholar and theologian. In 2005 he became the inaugural co-editor, along with Carrie McLachlan, of Element: a Journal of Mormon Philosophy and Theology, the flagship peer-reviewed journal of Mormon theology. McLachlan is also Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Western Carolina University. As of 2011[update], McLachlan co-chaired the American Academy of Religion’s Mormon Studies Group and was a board member of the Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology.
- "Western Carolina University - James McLachlan". Wcu.edu. Retrieved 2013-09-05.
- "Blog Archive » James M. McLachlan". Mormon Scholars Testify. 1941-12-07. Retrieved 2013-09-05.
- "James McLachlan - Compelling Mormonism | Mormon Stories Podcast". Mormon Stories. 2011-11-17. Retrieved 2013-09-05.
- "About the Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology". Smpt.org. 2003-03-28. Retrieved 2013-09-05.
- "George Holmes Howison: 'The City of God' and Personal Idealism, by James McLachlan, The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 20:3 (2006) (hosted at Muse)
- "Of Time and Eternity", by James McLachlan, Sunstone (July 2008)
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